July 10th, 2016
In Cherry Bombe

Zucchini Spaghetti

Kerry Diamond sent me a SS16 Cherry Bombe, which is devoted to California’s food scene. Since we spend so much time in L.A. with family and friends, issue #7 is a definite keeper and will be my food guide on our next trip to the West Coast. In the meantime, I’m going to attempt to live like a Californian and make this zucchini ‘spaghetti’ salad with kale pesto and arugula flowers. Cherry Bombe profiled chef Amber Rose who shared this recipe from “Nourish”her cookbook with co-authors Sadie Frost and Holly Davidson. We’ve been spiralizing beets, sweet potatoes, butternut squash, as well as loads of zucchini. I sauté the ‘spaghetti’ and add anything that’s around—it’s a great way to eat more vegetables. Recipe below:

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  • Cherry Bombe is one of the best food magazines
    of all time! I never miss an issue and it’s the perfect gift for the woman who either eats everything or has everything or both!

    Veronica WebbJuly 10th, 2016  7:24 AM

     
  • Gwyneth Paltrow’s “It’s All Easy” cookbook has great spiralizing recipes too. And it’s truly easy!

    ToriJuly 10th, 2016  10:52 AM

     
  • I’m a big fan of Geyneth’s cookbooks, Tori, but have not tried using a spiralizer yet. I guess I better get one! That picture you posted, Preston, looks yummy!

    Paula BJuly 10th, 2016  2:54 PM

     
  • Thank you, Preston and Veronica! The “Nourish” book is beautiful. Everybody interested in healthy eating and living should check it out. ❤️

    KerryJuly 10th, 2016  3:41 PM

     
  • Love spiralizing zucchini and use it in place of pasta. Would love to try some of the salads.

    KathyJuly 11th, 2016  2:40 AM

     
  • I have had a spiralizer for about two years. It is great in the summer with produce straight out of the garden. Sometimes I eat the spirals raw and sometimes I cook it a bit to soften. I just found a pad thai recipe for raw spiralized zucchini which I plan to try this week. This recipe sounds great too. Love that it has arugula, an added bonus in my book!

    AprilJuly 11th, 2016  10:09 AM

     
  • Could someone please recommend a spiralizer?

    Thank you!

    Moira FitzgeraldJuly 12th, 2016  10:28 AM

     
  • Moira: I have the Paderno spiralizer ( I think it was the first one) with three attachments. Very basic, but it works well for my very basic needs. I think there are other options now.

    AprilJuly 12th, 2016  6:57 PM

     
  • Thank you, April.

    MoiraJuly 13th, 2016  12:20 AM

     

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